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Oct 14, 2012 11:00pm PDT
. >> campaign watchers say mitt romney needs a strong performance to hold onto the boost he got in the polls from round 1. >>> in three decades on capitol hill, former us senator arlen specter often found himself at the center of some of washington's biggest legal battles. the man returned to snarling arlen spent the last several years battling cancer and today he lost that fight at the age of2. cbs reporter cheryl atkinson with a look back at his policy career. >> reporter: during most of his 30 years in the senate arlen specter was best-known as a moderate republican serving on the powerful senate judiciary committee. >> and the concern i have is where the predictability in judge? >> reporter: and his aggressive questioning of anita hill curing the hearing fore clarence thomas in 1919. >> when you say a number of things might occur, what sort of things r. he was a ranking member who quickly climbed the policy ranks to become opinions' pennsylvania's longest serving senator . >> reporter: even before coming to congress, arlen specter had already made a name for himself as philadelphia's dis
Oct 13, 2012 11:00pm PDT
reason. new poll numbers show mitt romney continuing to close the gap. in florida, he now leads the president 51-44. and a new national gallup poll is ahead 49-47. >> reporter: paul ryan tailgated with football fans in ohio. mitt romney rallied supporters. the republican team fanned out across the key battleground state saturday. >> we need ohio. if we get ohio, we're gonna be able to take back america? >> reporter: the stakes are high. no republican has won the white house without a victory in ohio. at a rally in portsmouth, romney told the crowd he sees the enthusiasm going. >> when i'm president, i'm going to help save the american family and get good jobs for every american. >> reporter: voters say the economy is the no. 1 issue in this election. >> i bet on american workers and american ingenuity, and three years later, that is paying off in a big way. >> reporter: president obama argues his decision to bail out the auto industry saved jobs. >> gm is back. ford and chrysler are growing again. together, our auto industry has created nearly a quarter of a million new jobs in amer
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